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Stronger Together – Nicholsons Lockhart Garratt

Stronger Together – Nicholsons Lockhart Garratt

On Friday 21 January 2022 we were delighted to announce the coming together of Nicholsons and Lockhart Garratt. By combining two of the industry’s most experienced service providers in landscape design, forestry and environmental planning, we can now offer a unified...

A Round Up of 2021

As we sit down to write this, we are once again facing the uncertainty that seems to have been the hallmark of this pandemic, with the threat of the Omicron variant potentially disrupting and constraining the opportunities for us all to reconnect with friends and...

Tree of the Month: December

Common Holly (Ilex aquifolium) A General Characteristics / ID Tips An evergreen, prickly and shrub-like tree which typically grows up to 15m in height and can live for 300 years. Easily recognisable by the combination of dark green, spiny leaves and small, bright red...

Tree of the Month – November 2021

Silver Birch (Betula pendula) A General Characteristics / ID Tips Another common site in most parks, woodlands and countryside, Silver Birch is a visually striking medium-sized deciduous tree.  Capable of reaching 30m in height in maturity, with a light, drooping...
An Update from Lockhart Garratt – September 2021

An Update from Lockhart Garratt – September 2021

We are delighted to present our latest newsletter.  This months edition is jam packed with content including: An update on the England Woodland Creation Offer; Details of The Queen’s Green Canopy; Our Tree of the Month, English Yew; Details of upcoming events;...

Tree of the Month: October 2021

English Yew (Taxus baccata) A General Characteristics / ID Tips An evergreen tree species known as common yew or sometimes, confusingly, as both English Yew and European Yew. Primarily grown as an ornamental plant, and a typical sight in churchyards. Characterised by...

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